Submission Guide

Call for Participation
Submissions
Guide
What We’re Looking For....................... 1
Create an Exceptional Session........... 2
Presenter Proposal FAQs...................... 4
Sample Submission Form..................... 6
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What We’re
Looking For
The goal of all conference content is to help educators develop students’ learning, problemsolving, critical-thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration abilities.
We seek content that:
•Takes advantage of student-centered pedagogy
that is individualized and differentiated; project,
problem or challenge based; and supported by
the latest brain research on how students learn.
•Increases both the technical knowledge and the
technological pedagogical content knowledge
(TPACK) of educators and teacher candidates.
•Helps develop the leadership skills of students
and educators.
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•Explores systems, models, practices and
strategies for achieving digital age learning in
formal and informal learning environments, both
virtual and face to face.
•Provides a model for achieving the ISTE
Standards and Common Core State Standards
and offers examples of both in action.
•Incorporates technical content appropriate
for all levels of expertise, from beginner to
advanced.
1
Create
an
Create an
EXCEPTIONAL
SESSION
Exceptional session
for ISTE 2015
Give your presentation submission an
edge by following these simple steps.
STEP 1: KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
91%
STATISTICS FROM ISTE 2014
HOLD A HIGHER
ED DEGREE
PRIMARY JOB ROLES
PK–12 Teacher
Tech Coordinator/Facilitator
Other
CIO/Tech Director
30%
16%
HOTTEST TOPICS
16%
9%
Principal/Assistant Principal
9%
Curriculum Specialist/Staff Developer
5%
Library Media Specialist
5%
Consultant/Trainer
4%
Higher Ed Faculty
3%
Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent
3%
47%
44%
34%
27%
Google Apps
1:1/BYOD
Professional
Development
iPad
35%
33%
Flipped Classrooms
Games for Learning
AND
20,000+ EDUCATORS
INDUSTRY EXPERTS
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STEP 2: PICK YOUR FORMAT
CHOOSE A SESSION FORMAT BASED
ON THESE THREE SELECTIONS.
LISTEN
AND LEARN
PARTICIPATE
AND SHARE
EXPLORE
AND CREATE
One-way audience interaction
Moderate audience interaction
Extensive audience interaction
LECTURE
Hour-long
Traditional
INTERACTIVE LECTURE
Hour-long
Some activities for
audience participation
BYOD (BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE)
Hour-long
Hands-on activities
PANEL
Hour-long
Moderator and 2-3 panelists
RESEARCH PAPER
20-30 minute presentation or
Hour-long roundtable discussion
SNAPSHOT
30-minutes
Focus on specific solution, tool or
content provider resource
Multi-booth
location
Additional fees required
Limited enrollment
1:1 or small
group
interaction
STEP 3: CHOOSE A FOCUS
Digital Age
Teaching &
Learning
WORKSHOPS
90-minute, 3-hour
or 6-hour
In-depth exploration
POSTERS
Two-hour
Demonstration style
Leadership
SELECT A SESSION FOCUS FROM ONE
OF THESE FOUR AREAS.
Professional
Learning
STEP 4: COMPLETE YOUR PROPOSAL
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SUBMIT ONLINE
isteconference.org/present
BE SURE TO:
• Indicate what participants will learn.
• Be detailed in the purpose and objectives of the session.
• Outline the content covered and the process for engaging participants fully.
• Provide research supporting your session.
STEP 5: HIT SUBMIT!
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ISTE 2015 Presenter
Proposal FAQs
Call for Proposals
Opens
September 3, 2014
Closes
October 1, 2014
How do I submit my presentation proposal?
Can I submit more than one proposal?
All proposals must be submitted via our online
submission form. You can create a partial
submission and return to it later by clicking
the “Save and continue” button.
You are welcome to submit multiple proposals,
but we typically accept only one per person.
Do I have to be an ISTE member to present?
Both members and nonmembers are welcome to
submit a proposal. We accept presentations from
educators and students at all levels and from all
parts of the world. We also welcome corporatesponsored proposals from exhibitors, provided
they focus on and demonstrate appropriate
noncommercial uses of information technology
to advance learning, teaching or administration.
Is there a fee to submit?
There is no fee to submit. However, if accepted,
you must register to attend the conference. All
presenters are eligible to pay the lowest applicable
Super Early Bird registration fee, regardless of when
they register.
When do I need to complete my submission?
We must receive your submission by midnight
(11:59 p.m. PT) October 1, 2014.
When will I find out if my proposal has
been accepted?
We will send acceptance and regret notifications
via email and update the status of your proposal
on your presenter menu by mid-December.
What topics do submissions need to
fall under?
We’re looking for trending topics in one of these
four focus areas:
•Digital Age Teaching & Learning
•Leadership
•Technology Infrastructure
•Professional Learning
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How should I deliver my presentation?
How will my research paper be evaluated?
The method you use to deliver your presentation
must align with one of the following session formats
(formerly called “categories”):
Research paper submissions are double-blind peer
reviewed. Evaluations are based primarily on:
Lecture
Deliver your presentation as an hour-long
traditional lecture.
•Clearly stated and well-conceived research
objectives
•Current and well-articulated perspectives
or theoretical framework
Panel
Include two or more presenters participating in an
hour-long presentation, or discussion.
•Appropriate and well-executed research
methods (design, data sources, data analysis)
that are sufficiently detailed to evaluate the
quality of the proposal
RESEARCH
20-30 minute presentation or hour-long roundtable
discussion on original research on the general
theme of using technology to enhance education.
•Well-grounded results (or expectations)
Snapshot
Deliver a 30 minute presentation focusing on a
specific solution, tool or content-provider resource.
Interactive lecture
Include some audience participation in your
hour-long lecture.
Poster
Deliver a two-hour, demonstration-style presentation
in a multi-booth location. This format involves
interacting one on one or with small groups.
BYOD
Bring Your Own Device sessions last one hour and
involve hands-on activities using mobile devices.
•Quality of writing (clear writing style,
organization, clarity of ideas and expression)
•Importance of study (timeliness, advances
the field)
What is the likelihood my proposal will
be accepted?
Your likelihood of acceptance depends on how
many proposals we receive for the session format
you choose. To increase your chances, select
a session format that typically receives fewer
proposals. You can use the acceptance rates
from ISTE 2014 as a guide.
Proposal Acceptance
AcceptanceRates
Rates
ISTE 2014 Proposal
SESSION
FORMAT
SUBMITTED
ACCEPTED
ACCEPTANCE
RATE
BYOD
215
105
48.84%
Interactive
lecture
531
78
14.69%
Lecture/panel 616
107
17.37%
Poster
650
337
51.85%
Research
paper
101
55
54.46%
•The topic’s relevance to educational technology
Snapshot
174
44
25.29%
•Educational significance and contribution to the
respective focus area and topic
Workshop
312
183
58.65%
TOTAL
2,599
909
34.97%
Workshop
Explore your topic in depth in a 90-minute, threehour or six-hour workshop. Enrollment is limited,
and attendees pay additional fees.
How will my proposal be evaluated?
Independent committees of content experts review
all presenter proposals. Evaluations are based
primarily on:
•Degree to which higher/second-order
applications of technology are addressed
•Ease of replication
More questions?
Contact [email protected]
•Value to participants
•Presenter knowledge and expertise
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Sample Submission Form
Format
*
NOTE:
indicates a value is required before submitting this form. Unless otherwise noted, question
applies to all session formats.
You may start a submission and complete it at a later time. The information on this page will not be saved
until you click the ‘save and continue’ button at the bottom of the page.
* Session format
NOTE: This field will not be editable once you’ve progressed past this page.
Listen and Learn — primarily one-way interaction between presenters and audience.
m Lecture — hour-long presentation with one or more presenters addressing a seated audience.
m Panel — hour-long presentation with a designated moderator facilitating a discussion among two or
more panelists around a particular topic.
m Research Paper — 20-30 minute presentation or hour-long roundtable discussion featuring original
research on the general theme of using technology to enhance education.
m Snapshot — 30-minute micro presentation that focuses on a particular solution, tool or content
provider resource.
Participate and Share — moderate interaction either between presenters and audience or among
participants.
m Interactive Lecture — a lecture featuring a presenter led backchannel and/or other forms of
audience response/participation.
m Poster — two-hour, demonstration-style presentation delivered in an open, multi-booth environment
that enables presenters to engage their audience in more intimate one-on-one and small-group
conversation. Recommended for student presentations featuring K-12 students presenting their own
work and global projects involving collaborations across borders.
Explore and Create — extensive interaction between presenters and audience.
m Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) — hour-long session focused on exploring new resources or
developing new skills through extensive hands-on activities using participant’s own device.
m Workshop — supplemental hands-on sessions offered in 90-minute, 3-hour or 6-hour segments that
provide for more personal, in-depth exploration of a particular topic, tool, or resource in a smallergroup environment. Enrollment is limited. Preregistration and additional fees are required.
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Audience
* Session focus/topic
Digital Age Teaching & Learning — covers all aspects of technology use in the
learning environment
m Assessment/Evaluations/Standards
m BYOD/1:1 Instructional Programs
m Communication and Collaboration
m Constructivist Learning/Maker Movement
m Creativity and Productivity Tools
m Differentiated Instruction
m Distance, Online & Blended Learning
m Early Childhood/Elementary
m Flipped Learning
m Games & Simulations
m Innovative Learning Environments
m Instructional Design & Delivery
m Literacies for the Digital Age
m Mobile Learning
m Online Tools and Resources
m Open Educational Resources
m Personalized Learning
m Programming & Robotics
m Project, Problem & Challenge Based Learning
m Storytelling/ Multimedia
m Special Populations/Assistive & Adaptive/UDL Technologies
m Web 2.0 Integration
Leadership — addresses development and articulation of a vision for the role of technology in
educational programs.
m Assessment/Using Data
m Community Outreach
m Educational Policy & Leadership
m Funding & Accountability
m Integrating Standards
m Technology Planning & Evaluation
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Professional Learning — focuses on the development of leaders and the accountability of teachers,
administrators and educators.
m Best Practice and Models for Coaching
m Online Professional Development
m Professional Development Models
m Teacher Education
Technology Infrastructure — focuses on the technology, resources, and policies necessary to build
the technology infrastructure for effective teaching, learning, and administration.
m 1:1 Programs
m BYOD/BYOT Implementation
m Cloud Computing
m Data Systems
m Emergent Technologies
m Networking Strategies/Solutions
m Safety & Security
* Subject area
m Language Arts
m Performing/Visual Arts
m Music
m Computer Science
m ESL
m Math
m Science
m Social Studies
m World Languages
m STEM/STEAM
m Special Education
m Career and Technical Education
m Health and Physical Education
m Not applicable
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* Audience role
m Coaches
m Curriculum/District Specialists
m Chief Technology Officers/Superintendents/School Board Members
m Library Media Specialists
m Professional Developers
m Principals/Head Teachers
m Teachers
m Teacher Education/Higher Ed Faculty
m Technology Coordinators/Facilitators
* Grade level
m PK-2
m 3-5
m PK-5
m 6-8
m 6-12
m 9-12
m PK-12
m Community College/University
* Skill level
m Beginner — limited or no experience or prior topic knowledge; no prerequisite skills required.
m Intermediate — basic core competency or knowledge of the topic; some prerequisite skills or
knowledge required.
m Advanced — considerable experience or advanced knowledge of the topic; significant prerequisite
skills or knowledge required.
Skill prerequisites
If you indicated intermediate or advanced skill required above, describe any specific knowledge or skills
audience members should have.
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General information
* Title
Please use title case. (Limit 12 words)
Example: 10 best Google Tools for the Elementary Classroom
* Description
Please provide an accurate, enticing description for use on the conference website and mobile app.
(Limit 50 words)
* Workshop length (Workshop only)
Please indicate your preferred workshop length.
m Mini — 90-minute hands-on session that focuses on modeling a single project-based learning unit or
mastering a specific productivity tool or skill that you can take home and implement tomorrow.
m Half-Day — 3-hour hands-on session that focuses on broader curriculum integration and/or multiple
skills acquisition.
m Full-Day — 6-hour immersive hands-on session that focuses on whole program or project
development and/or extensive skills acquisition.
* Workshop scheduling (Workshop only)
In addition to the main conference days, workshops are also scheduled preconference and in the evenings.
Check the appropriate box below if you are able to present at those times.
o I am able to present preconference (Saturday or Sunday).
o I am able to present in the evenings (Monday or Tuesday).
* Research paper format (Research papers only)
Please select your preferred research paper format.
m Presentation — 2-3 papers presented consecutively within an hour in a lecture setting.
m Roundtable — multiple papers discussed concurrently for an hour at round tables for 10.
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Special conditions
If any of the following special conditions apply to your session, check the appropriate box below.
o Global collaboration — session focuses on curriculum, projects, or professional development
involving collaborations between or among learners in different countries.
o Student presentation — session will be presented by K-12 students.
o Young educator — primary presenter is 35 or younger.
o ISTE author — one or more of the presenters is a published ISTE author.
Presentation website
Enter one URL you would like to have listed with your session, if applicable.
ISTE Standards (formerly known as NETS)
Select up to three ISTE Standards that your session may address. What are the ISTE Standards?
ISTE Standards•S (Students)
o 1 - Creativity and Innovation
o 2 - Communication and Collaboration
o 3 - Research and Information Fluency
o 4 - Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision-Making
o 5 - Digital Citizenship
o 6 - Technology Operations and Concepts
ISTE Standards•T (Teachers)
o 1 - Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity
o 2 - Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments
o 3 - Model Digital-Age Work and Learning
o 4 - Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility
o 5 - Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership
ISTE Standards•A (Administrators)
o 1 - Visionary Leadership
o 2 - Digital-Age Learning Culture
o 3 - Excellence in Professional Practice
o 4 - Systemic Improvement
o 5 - Digital Citizenship
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ISTE Standards•C (Coaches)
o 1 - Visionary Leadership
o 2 - Teaching, Learning and Assessments
o 3 - Digital-Age Learning Environments
o 4 - Professional Development and Program Evaluation
o 5 - Digital Citizenship
o 6 - Content Knowledge and Professional Growth
Common Core State Standards
Select up to three Common Core State Standards that your session may address. What are the Common
Core State Standards?
Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
o Reading (K-5)
o Reading (6-12)
o Writing (K-5)
o Writing (6-12)
Standards for English Language Arts
o Reading (K-5)
o Reading (6-12)
o Writing (K-5)
o Writing (6-12)
o Speaking and Listening (K-5)
o Speaking and Listening (6-12)
o Language (K-5)
o Language (6-12)
Standards for Mathematical Practice and Content
o K-2
o 3-5
o 6-8
o 9-12: Number and Quantity
o 9-12: Algebra
o 9-12: Functions
o 9-12: Modeling
o 9-12: Geometry
o 9-12: Statistics and Probability
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Standards addressed
If you selected any of the ISTE or Common Core State Standards above, please describe how your session
addresses each of them specifically.
Commercial presentation
ISTE recognizes that many sessions focusing on the integration or application of specific technologies may
encompass commercial products. This is acceptable provided they are appropriately labeled. If one or more
of the presenters represents or was recruited to present by a for-profit company whose products or services
are being discussed, please check the box below.
o Commercial presentation
Audience recording preference
ISTE has adopted the following policy with regard to video and audio recording at its conference.
Video and audio recording — including streaming — of sessions for commercial use is strictly prohibited.
Recordings for noncommercial use may be made only with permission of the presenter as indicated in the
program listing for each session. Any permitted recording should respect the presenter’s rights and not
be disruptive.
If you would prefer to have your session listed as NOT recordable in the conference program, check the box
below.
o I would like my session listed as NOT recordable by audience members.
ISTE recording preference (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot, Interactive
lecture, BYOD)
ISTE records selected sessions for on-demand access after the conference and other virtual events
throughout the year. If you would you like to have your session considered for this purpose, check the
box below.
o I would like to have my session considered for recording by ISTE.
Research paper reviewer interest (Research papers only)
If you are interested in volunteering to be a research paper reviewer, check the box below.
o I would like to be a research paper reviewer.
Presenter constraints
Conference dates are Sunday through Wednesday, June 28-July 1. If you are unable to present on any of
these dates or have other scheduling or capacity constraints, describe it here.
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Equipment
Presenter station
Lecture, Panel, Presentation research paper, Snapshot, Interactive lecture, BYOD,
Workshop: Standard set includes a combination of wired and wireless internet connectivity, LCD
projection with screen, lavalier mics and sound system to connect to presenter’s own laptop.
Poster: Standard set includes a counter-height table with chair, bulletin board backdrop, power, wired
internet connectivity, and large-screen monitor to connect to presenter’s own laptop.
Roundtable research paper: Presentation takes place at a round table set for 10. No equipment or
power is provided. Wireless internet connectivity is available.
Apple TV and document cameras (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot,
Interactive Lecture, BYOD, Workshop)
For the past several years, ISTE has also provided Apple TV and document cameras as a part of our standard
presentation set. In order to determine their prevalence of use, please check the appropriate box below if
you intend to use either device to deliver your presentation.
o I plan to use Apple TV to deliver my presentation.
o I plan to use a document camera to deliver my presentation.
NEW for 2015 (Workshop only)
All workshops will require participants to have their own devices. ISTE will no longer provide Mac or
Windows labs.
* Participant device requirements
m Participant devices are not needed/used in this session.
m Participant devices may be useful, but they are not required for this session.
m Participant devices are required in order to effectively participate in this session.
Participant device specifications
If you indicated that any devices were useful or required for your session, check which devices apply.
o Laptop
o Chromebook
o Tablet
o Smartphone
o Other (e.g., headset, digital camera):
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Participant platform specifications
If you indicated any devices were useful or required for your session, check which device platforms apply.
o Android
o Chrome OS
o iOS
o Mac
o Windows
Participant device prerequisites
If you indicated above that any devices were useful or required for your session, list any software,
applications or accounts participants should have on their devices in order to participate in your session
(including download URLs, if applicable).
Whiteboard request (All formats EXCEPT Roundtable research paper)
If your session requires the use of an electronic whiteboard, check the appropriate box below.
m SmartBoard requested
m Promethean ActivBoard requested
Whiteboard use (All formats EXCEPT Roundtable research paper)
If you requested an electronic whiteboard above, describe how your session involves whiteboard
technology and why it is essential to have one. ISTE will provide whiteboards upon request only if they are
deemed essential to the presentation.
Videoconferencing system request (Lecture, Panel,
Snapshot, Interactive Lecture, Workshop)
If you are planning to connect with an offsite location using standard H.323 videoconferencing equipment
(e.g., Cisco, Lifetime, Polycom), check the box below.
o H.323 videoconferencing system requested
Videoconferencing system use (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot,
Interactive Lecture, Workshop)
If you requested an H.323 videoconferencing system above, describe the number and nature of the remote
sites with which you plan to connect.
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Summary
Proposal summary (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot, Interactive Lecture,
Poster, BYOD, Workshop)
Your answers to the following questions will be combined to create your proposal summary. For accepted
proposals, this summary information will be made viewable on the conference website. Please make sure
that all content (including spelling and grammar) is suitable for public reference.
Keep in mind that the proposal reviewers may not know you or your reputation or be familiar with the
specific technologies, models or instructional strategies you are addressing. Be sure to provide sufficient
detail including full names (as opposed to acronyms) and brief descriptions of all such elements in your
proposal summary in order for reviewers to evaluate the relevance and usefulness of the information to
attendees.
Specifically, reviewers will evaluate your proposal for its:
• Relevance of topic to the educational technology field and ISTE audience.
• Educational significance and contribution to the respective topic.
• Degree to which higher/second-order applications of technology are addressed.
• Ease of replication.
• Value to participants.
• Presenter knowledge and experience.
NOTE: To expedite the online submission process, we recommend that you first draft your proposal
summary responses in another application, and then copy and paste them here.
Purpose and objectives (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot, Interactive
*
Lecture, Poster, BYOD, Workshop)
Please provide a detailed overview of the purpose and objectives of your presentation. Describe your
objectives as participant outcomes (i.e., what will participants know and be able to do as a result of their
participation, or what specific skills will be introduced and practiced). Also include, if appropriate:
• Educational or infrastructure challenge/situation
•Technology intervention (include specific names/titles and descriptions, if not widely known and
available tools)
•Models employed (include brief description)
•Lesson plans or instructional activities/strategies employed (include a brief description of your
instructional electronic resources or tools used)
•Evidence of success
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* Outline
Lecture, Panel, Snapshot, Interactive Lecture, Workshop: Provide a brief outline of your
presentation, including:
•Content — what content will be presented?
•Time — how much time will be spent on each content component?
•Process — how will participants be engaged with the content, if applicable?
Posters: Clarify exactly what you intend to share/demonstrate through electronic and/or print media.
BYOD: Briefly outline and describe the sequence of participant activities and the time for each. (Please
plan for about 50 minutes of activities and 10 minutes for questions.)
Supporting research (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot, Interactive Lecture,
*
Poster, BYOD, Workshop)
List any articles, books, websites, recognized experts or other documentation that supports the importance
of the session topic and/or the practices/information being presented.
Presenter background (Lecture, Panel, Snapshot, Interactive
*
Lecture, Poster, BYOD, Workshop)
List the qualifications and experience with topic for all presenters associated with this session. Be sure to
include any previous presentations on this or similar topics.
Proposal summary (Research Paper)
Your completed proposal should describe your study in as much detail as possible without exceeding 2,000
words (excluding references). It should not include any references that would reveal the identity of the
author(s). Proposals will be judged based on a blind peer review and evaluated for the following:
• Clearly stated and well-conceived research objectives
• Current and well-articulated perspectives or theoretical framework
• Appropriate and well-executed research methods
• Well-grounded results (or expectations)
• Well written proposal (clear writing style, organization, clarity of ideas and expression)
• Importance of study (timeliness, advances the field)
NOTE: For accepted proposals, this summary information will be made viewable on the conference website.
Please make sure that all content (including spelling and grammar) is suitable for public reference. Final
papers should be completed and uploaded between mid-April and early June.
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* Purpose and objectives (Research Paper)
What are the objectives or purposes of your research?
Perspective or theoretical framework
*
(Research Paper)
What perspective(s) or theoretical framework does your research follow or embody?
* Research methods (Research Paper)
Describe your research including detailed description of design, data sources and methods of analysis (e.g.,
how participants were selected, what types of questions were asked).
* Results or expectations (Research Paper)
Describe your results or your expectations in cases where the results are not complete.
NOTE: It is OK to submit research that is not complete; however, you should be sure to provide evidence
that the research is well conceived and underway and that it will be fully implemented and completed.
* Educational or scientific importance (Research Paper)
Describe the educational or scientific importance of your study.
Current presenters
This is the list of people currently associated with this proposal. As the proposal submitter, you have
exclusive access to edit this proposal. By default, you have also been designated as a presenter on this
proposal.
You may change your role and/or add or remove additional presenters below. Anyone you add to this
proposal (with the exception of student presenters) will be notified and invited to create their own presenter
menu from which they will be able to view, but not edit this proposal.
Roles:
•Non-Presenting Submitter — select this role for yourself if you do not wish to be listed as a
presenter.
•Presenter — select this role for anyone you wish to be listed as a presenter, including yourself.
•Student Presenter — select this role for any presenters who are K-12 students.
Name
Smith, John
Affiliation
ABC Company
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[email protected]
Role
Presenter
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Add presenters
Please enter the last name and email address for any additional presenters. If we do not have record of this
individual currently in our database, you will then be asked to provide full contact information.
Repeat process as many times as needed for all presenters.
First name:
Last name:
Email:
Student
presenter? o
If presenter is
a K-12 student,
email address is
not required.
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